Holy Moly launches range of nut-based vegan milkshakes at Sainsbury’s

Read Time:   |  16th October 2020

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Holy Moly Dips have branched out into the dairy-free milk market, launching a new range of 'Nutshakes'.


Known for their moreish guacamole and smashed avocado, Holy Moly Dips are expanding into the plant-based milk market with a new range of nut-based milkshakes named ‘Nutshakes’.

The new drinks are a collection of low fat but deliciously creamy cold-pressed, plant-based milkshakes made from a blend of raw, unpasteurised almond mylk and fresh fruit.

The range consists of three flavours: Strawberry Almond, Chocolate Almond and Banana Almond.


Sweetened with dates, these new drinks contain around a third less sugar than smoothies, and up to 90% less saturated fat than some dairy milkshakes. Containing an average of 73 calories per 150ml serving, they are also gluten-free and free from preservatives.

Unlike some brands, Holy Moly doesn’t heat pasteurise its nut mylk. Instead, it uses a cutting edge cold-press production process that retains the nutritional value of the natural ingredients to retain their health benefits. 

Nutshakes are available to buy from Sainsbury’s in two sizes: 750ml and 250ml. 

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